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New Here ,
Nov 08, 2006 Nov 08, 2006

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I'm trialing Breeze to see if it fits my company's LMS needs. We have several SCORM-compliant courses and I'd like to include this content in a course in Breeze. However, from reading the Breeze online help, it seems that I'd need access to Breeze Manager in order to do this. How do I get access to Breeze Manager as part of the trial?

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New Here ,
Nov 09, 2006 Nov 09, 2006

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Hi,

You can access Breeze Manager by opening up an Internet browser and log in to http://admin.breezecentral.com.

You need to use your email address for the login and the password you provided when you signed up for the trial account in Breeze.

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New Here ,
Nov 09, 2006 Nov 09, 2006

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Hi Alain,
Thanks for the reply - I was already in Breeze Manager then, I guess. I still can't figure out how to upload a SCORM-compliant ZIP file onto the system to use as content inside my course. Is there something obvious I'm missing? (I read the help file, but kept hitting dead ends.)

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Nov 09, 2006 Nov 09, 2006

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Are you trying to upload Powerpoint presentations to Breeze? What application was used to create your SCORM-compliant ZIP?

You can create presentations in Breeze Presenter and publish/generate a SCORM-Complaint ZIP and upload the ZIP to your LMS system but not in Breeze. Breeze has its own tracking mechanism and does not require you to create a SCORM/AICC compliant content.

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Nov 09, 2006 Nov 09, 2006

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I created the training using OutStart Trainer, then saved it as a SCORM-compliant package (ZIP file format). Is it possible to upload this into Breeze's LMS?

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Community Beginner ,
Nov 09, 2006 Nov 09, 2006

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Hi aklemmer,

No, you can't upload the SCORM-compliant package in Breeze Manager. I agree with Alain, Breeze has its own tracking mechanism and doesn't require you to create a SCORM/AICC-compliant content.

It works the other way around; using Breeze Presenter, you may generate a SCORM-compliant package (zip format) and upload it to your LMS.

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Nov 19, 2006 Nov 19, 2006

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Regardless on wether Breeze can support SCORM (i'm sure Adobe have a tech note or work around on this) you would need to go to [Content] on the menu then click the button [New Content]. You can then point to a file on your computer to upload.

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